West California Academy of Art and Design Provides Children's Environmental Art Creation at 2019 Fitness Day & Health Fair
2019 Fitness Day & Health Fair was held on Sunday, November 17 at the Rosemead Center. Thousands of people took part in this annual community health-themed event.
West California Academy of Art and Design provided voluntary Environmental Art Creation for parents and children in Room 3 of the Rosemead Center.
According to Wang Lei, the principal of the Academy, the goal of this activity is to spark ideas for parents and children who want to learn about the importance of reusing and recycling resources for environmental sustainability. The recyclable items can be easily found in the home, such as toilet paper roll, milk and juice cartons, plastic containers, jars and cereal boxes.
The children learned how to make bookmarks with their own artworks.
Each child also received free gift of one set of markers sponsored by BIANYO.
27th Congressional Award winners of the 2019 Fitness Day & Health Fair Drawing Contest was announced on November 17. Four students from West California Academy of Art and Design won the awards, including Eason Xue, 5 years old; Ming Cheng Jiang, 5 years old; Sophie Du, 7 years old; and Ashley Zhou, 11 years old.
Every year, the Academy joins effort with the Fitness Day & Health Fair organizer to celebrate the event and hold art activities such as bookmark designing, coloring contest, face-painting, etc.
In addition to offering art education programs for children, the West California Academy of Art and Design faculty have also been continuously taking time and efforts to provide voluntary public service for the community. During the past ten years, the principal Wang Lei, the students and the staff members have collectively contributed more than 5,000 hours to domestic and international public service.
West California Academy of Art and Design Student Esther Yang Earns Acceptance to Art Center
Congratulations to Esther Yahan Yang, age 20, on her acceptance to Art Center!
Esther’s journey started a year ago where she came to West California Academy of Art and Design to transfer in a Graphic Design concentration to her dream school, Art Center. She enrolled in the Portfolio, Digital and Life Drawing classes to submit a stronger art and design portfolio admission work. Her educational experience included other prep schools’, however something was severely missing and Esther knew it. The work lacked the quality West California Academy of Art and Design would soon offer her.
Esther was determined to gain a better understanding on her field and submit a superb and persuasive portfolio for competitive schools in her admission process.
Knowing she had to produce all new work, Esther was up to the challenge attending classes almost every day to meet her goal.
Ultimately through professional guidance, her creativity, work ethic, and commitment pushed her to produce a vast amount of work that demonstrated refinement and sophistication.
Though, Esther is waiting on other schools she already has sent her commitment letter of acceptance to Art Center.
“Do your best and regret nothing.” We wish her well and know that she will have a stronger better future.
The annual Fitness Day & Health Fair will be held on Sunday, November 17, 10:00am—3:00pm. The location is Rosemead Center, 3936 N. Muscatel Avenue Rosemead, CA 91770. The web is www.FitnessAndHealthFair.org
West California Academy of Art and Design will hold the Children’s Environmental Art Creation in Room 3 of the Rosemead Center. The first 30 students are free participation. Registration number: 626-292-1783, 626-235-2135. The Academy will prepare the materials. Between 10:00am and 2:30pm bring your child to have fun! Teachers will be helping at the site.
Bring the screenshot of this news to receive one set of BIANYO markers valued $12, while the gifts last (one set for one child only). Total of 100 sets available, sponsored by BIANYO. Bring the completed artwork to West California Academy of Art and Design to get 2 free art classes valued up to $120! (for new students only, portfolio class not included).
“We hope this activity will spark ideas for parents and children who want to learn about the importance of reusing and recycling resources for environmental sustainability.” Wang Lei, the principal of the Academy, said. She said it will raise awareness about the importance of reusing and recycling, and recyclable items can be easily found in the home, such as milk and juice cartons, plastic bottles, plastic containers, jars and cereal boxes.